Performing rituals for letting go is a way to honor the choice to keep moving, keep growing, and keep going forward.
There is something enthantingly intangible about this time of year, something ethereal and mysterious that inspires contemplative reflection. Autumn symbolizes transition — light to dark, hot to cold, life to death. And by attuning to the wisdom of Autumn, we can learn how to navigate life changes with beauty and grace.
Shapeshifting allows us to experience life from a completely different perspective. In this way, we are able to broaden our perception of ourselves, of the world around us, and our relationship to it.
Water medicine, then, is perfect for when we are in need of emotional healing and renewal, when we need to attune to our intuition and inner wisdom, when we are seeking inspiration, and when we feel a calling to explore what is dwelling beneath the surface in our hearts, for example, when we are working with our Shadow.
By working honestly and openly with the Shadow, we become more authentic and whole. We gain deeper self awareness and self acceptance, and we have greater compassion and empathy for others. We are more grounded, more centered, and are able to communicate and express ourselves with greater confidence and clarity, which inevitably leads to more genuine and harmonious relationships with the people in our lives. We may also feel more energized — on a physical level as well as mentally, emotionally and spiritually — and more attuned to our creativity.
Have you ever experienced the negative energy spiral? You wake up late. In a rush to get out the door, you spill your tea on your shirt. You can’t find your car keys, and when you finally do get on your way you manage to hit every single red light. Maybe someone makes an unwelcome […]
Chakra balancing. This form of energy healing seems to be more and more on the rise within the wellness community. But what exactly are Chakras and how do they get out of balance in the first place? To understand the Chakras, let’s first talk about energy.Have you ever felt anger boiling in the pit of […]
Spring is here — pregnant with invigorating energy that primes us for renewal and rebirth, for new potential and new momentum, and ultimately for stimulating change.
Nature is the purest and most fundamental expression of harmony. It is no surprise then, that being in nature would restore harmony within us where there is dissonance — grounding and centering the mind and spirit, balancing turbulent emotions, and bringing our bodies back to their natural equilibrium.
Creating sacred space for ourselves in our homes helps us to feel more calm and centered in our bodies, and is a great way to enhance our meditation practice and soul work. Sacred inner space is the tranquil atmosphere we create for the psyche — where we can go even deeper in our meditation and even further in our soul work.